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Meerwunder vnd seltzame Thier / wie die in den Mitnächtigen Ländern / im Meer vnd auff dem Landt gefunden werden (taken from the vignettes on Olaus Magnus's Carta marina), Basel c. 1544, 34 x 28 cm

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Primary Sources and Secondary Sources

Primary sources are the original documents or works of art. They include letters, diaries, poetry, fiction, autobiography, interviews, films, audio recordings, newspapers, documents produced by government agencies such as the office of the president, speeches, photographs, sculpture, paintings, tools, buildings, and research data. 

Secondary sources interpret, describe, and analyze the primary source. 

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